Q: Where can I park my motor vehicle?
A: CVIII's Lot: Each unit in CVIII is entitled one sticker which allows one motor vehicle to be parked on CVIII's lot. There are 57 spaces in CVIII's lot. They are allocated on a first-come basis. Every motor vehicle must fit within the space in which it is parked, There is a single metered space set aside for short term use (15 minutes). There is room for 3 motorcycles to park next to the south wall of 1801 N. Rhodes St. Please click here for the regulations governing the use of CVIII's lot. Motor vehicles parked in violation of these regulations are subject to towing without warning at their owner's expense.
2012-2013 parking permit stickers for CVIII's lot can be obtained beginning 23 April 2012 from CVIII's property management office at 1903 Key Blvd. between 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m., Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday; between 8:30 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday; and between 8:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Friday. Each unit is entitled to one sticker. An application form was delivered by hand to each unit during the first week of April 2012. Application forms are also available at the Key Blvd. property management office. Please complete an application form and bring it along with your vehicle’s state registration form and your operator's permit when you come to pick up your 2012-2013 sticker. Tenants must bring a copy of their lease, and their move-in fees must have been paid. 2011 stickers expired at midnight on 31 May 2012. Cars with expired stickers will be towed. Please make sure that you get a new sticker!
Local Streets: You may park up to three motor vehicles on those portions of N. Rhodes St., Key Blvd, N. Troy St. that lie within Colonial Village if these vehicles have Zone 4 Arlington County Residential Parking Permits. To learn more about Arlington County Residential Parking Permits about and how to obtain them for Zone 4, please click here.
Q: How do I get a Virginia operator's permit, Virginia license plates, and Arlington County decal for my motor vehicle?
A: Click here for the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles website for information on operator's permits, license plates, and safety inspection stickers
Arlington County Ordinance § 14.2-71, requires all vehicles parked or garaged in Arlington to display an Arlington County decal on the windshield. To register your vehicle and obtain a county decal click here.
Beginning April 2008, owners of vehicles garaged in Arlington but displaying out-of-state license plates will be assessed a $100 annual fee. For more information and frequently asked questions click here
Q: What about my bike?
A: Effective 1 January 2011 all bicycles stored in common areas of CVIII must be registered with the Arlington County Police Department. Click here for information on registering your bicycle with the Arlington County Police. Bicycles may be stored only in bicycle racks located in the basements 1809 Queens Ln. and 1821 N. Rhodes St. Bicycles stored in hallways or in other common areas will be removed without notice. Bicycles chained or otherwise secured to light poles, trees fences, railings will be removed without notice.
Q: What about my dog?
A: Registering – Pets must be registered and inoculated according to state and local law. Click here to visit the Arlington County Animal Welfare League's website for information on all types of animals and rabies shots for dogs in particular. Click here for information on dog licenses.
• Leashing Requirements CVIII’s By-laws require that dogs must be accompanied by an adult and leashed or carried when on common property. Arlington County Ordinances requires that dogs be on a leash when on public property. Click here for a list of county dog parks.
• Liability – Pet owners are deemed to have agreed to hold CVIII and all other owners free and harmless from any claim or liability arising from maintaining the pet.
• Pet Waste – Dog and cat owners must pick up their pets’ waste, bag it, and put it in one of the trash barrels in the trash rooms. Depositing it temporarily in common areas until it is convenient to take it to the trash room is not permitted.
• Flower Beds – Residents are particularly requested to keep pets out of flower beds. The flower beds are intended for the enjoyment of all residents, and are costly to plant and maintain.
• Complaints – Complaints regarding pets can be dropped off at the management office, or residents can call Arlington Animal Control at 703-931-9241.
Q: What options do I have to pay my
You can pay your condo assessments by direct debiting a bank account, checks, credit cards, and on-line bank and bill payer services. The Board and Legum & Norman recommend direct debiting. You won’t have to worry about the post office letting you down. You will save postage. You will avoid the hassle of writing a check every month. We have received no complaints of bank errors from those owners who already use this method to pay their condo fees. You can go to www.legumnorman.com for additional information on any of these options. You can also download the appropriate forms to set up direct debiting at www.legumnorman.com. You can also contact the management office at 703-525-5557 for assistance.